SMART CITIES Infrastructure at the ITS Conference

The 17-21. September 2018, the ITS World Congress is held in Copenhagen, which, as the name suggests, focuses on Intelligent Transport Systems.The International ITS Conference is held annually in different cities, alternately in the United States, Asia and Europe.

 In 2018 the conference will be held in Copenhagen, and approx. 4,000 conference participants and 6-10,000 visitors are expected to visit the conference.The ITS conferencehas the overall theme of ‘Quality of Life’ and has the following 7 academic themes:

  • Cross-Border Solutions
  • Mobility Services
  • ITS & Environment
  • Connected & Automated Transport
  • Next Generation Goods Delivery
  • Satellite Technology Applied to Mobility
  • Transport Networks Evolution
Read more about the conference, programme and register here
Jan. 11, 2019 Topics: Digitalisation
Digitalisation in the construction industry
The term BIM covers multiple concepts but in the end it's all about the process of digitalisation in the construction industry. BIM is an evolution and that takes time - it changes the ways we work in construction. Data and Information are central elements to the way the industry will achieve more efficiency and productivity through BIM. BIM should not become complex. BIM should be a technology-tool to make construction better. Want to learn more? Read the article here
Nov. 23, 2018
Highlights from InfraHub’s first conference
InfraHub's first conference was held on Thursday, 15th November. Its theme was 'Challenges and Benefits of Data Driven Asset Management.' The event attracted substantial interest and both speakers and participants contributed to an inspiring conference that focused on knowledge sharing and networking.
Sep. 12, 2018
New visual planning tool – 360° TBM
Bjarne Jørgensen, Executive Director for Asset Management at Sund & Bælt, tells about the visual tool and why it adds value to Asset Management Read more about the tool here
Sep. 11, 2018 Topics: Maintenance Rail
Sensors for railway maintenance
Flemming Saxtorph tells how Sund & Bælt apply new technology like sensors for railway maintenance. A field within infrastructure that is often characterized by a high level of complexity
Aug. 15, 2018 Topics: Technology Traffic
Flying with drone at Storebælt

Sund & Bælt is collaborating with COWI on drone flighting at the Storebælt Bridge with image recognition in relation to maintenance of the 325,000 tons anchor blocks.

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